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Welcome to the ISACA Quebec 2019 congress

International congress on the opportunities and challenges of emerging technologies.
Are we ready and in control?

We are very happy to welcome you to the first international francophone conference of the ISACA Quebec chapter.

On the occasion of its 35th anniversary, ISACA Quebec is very proud to offer you an international conference on the opportunities and challenges of emerging technologies.

Lasting three days, this event will allow you to discover and discuss the realities with which our organizations, private or public, are now confronted. Whether it is in the appropriation of emerging technologies, their supervision, the transformations they induce and the risk management they require, this incessant evolution of technologies and the valuation of information lead all sectors of activity to rethink their ways of doing things and seize new opportunities.

Throughout this congress, you will have the opportunity to attend presentations by high-level speakers recognized for their expertise in fields such as quantum computing, artificial intelligence, decentralized registers (blockchains) or even cyber defense. Everyone will have the opportunity to approach their subject from the angles of governance, risk, security and audit.

We look forward to welcoming you to the ISACA Quebec 2019 congress.

Prestigious speakers

Joni Brennan

President, Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada

Subject and Bio

President, Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada
(English version follow the French version)

Conference title: The evolution of security, risk and interoperability in identity networks.

Summary of the conference:

The best way to solve the identity problem is to create a village that connects the best capacities of the public and private sectors to ensure interoperability, mitigate risk and increase economic opportunity.

Governments hold the “name book” of people and organizations that provides the legal basis for identity verification.

However, people and organizations conduct most of their transactions in the economy and outside of the government context. These transactions form the basis of the functional or “street” identity. The private sector must rely on the public sector for its legal identity, while the public sector benefits from the interoperability of significant private sector digital assets.

This collaborative approach between the public and private sectors helps governments and businesses better serve Canadians. The ability to solve fundamental and functional identity issues paves the way for user-centric design that puts privacy, security and convenience of use at the forefront of innovation.

About the speaker:

Joni is President of the Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada (DIACC). She has over 15 years of practical experience in innovating and developing digital identity standards.
Joni helps DIACC realize its vision of combining the strengths of the public and private sectors to accelerate Canada’s digital economy through the creation of an ecosystem of solutions and services that Canadians can confidently use to establish their identity. digital.

Joni supports this vision by leveraging his vast international experience to serve Canadian market forces by helping them come together around targeted initiatives with the goal of creating business opportunities for all Canadians.

She has participated in influential committees and initiatives of organizations around the world including: OECD-ITAC, ISOC, IEEE, OASIS-SSTC, ISO SC27 WG5 and ITU-T SG17 Q6. She also testified on the reliability of digital identities and access management before the US Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology Security and Privacy (ONC HITSP)

Professor Langlois received in October 2018 the Willower Award of Excellence for the exceptional nature of her scientific contribution in the theoretical and practical field on ethical reasoning and decision-making in school management. She is a member of the boards of directors of Maison Michel-Sarazin and of the Presses de l’Université Laval.

Joni serves as President of the Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada (DIACC). Building upon over 15 years of hands-on experience Digital Identity innovations and standards development, Jonihelps DIACC to fulfill its vision of unlocking interoperable capabilities of the public and private sectors to accelerate Canada’s Digital Economy through the establishment of an ecosystem of identity solutions and services that Canadians can use with confidence. Jonisupports this vision by connecting her broad international experience to focused Canadian opportunities that help to organize Canadian market forces to open economic opportunities for all Canadians.

Jonibuilds dynamic and collaborative relationships that formalize strategic partnerships between organizations. She has participated in influential committees and initiatives from organizations around the world including: OECD-ITAC, ISOC, IEEE, OASIS-SSTC, ISO SC27 WG5, and ITU-T SG17 Q6. She has also testified regarding trusted Identity and Access Management systems to the US Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology Security and Privacy (ONC HITSP)

Rob clde

CISM, Chairman of the Board of Directors of ISACA, Director of the Board of Directors of Titus, Managing Director of Clyde Consulting LLC

Subject and Bio

CISM, Chairman of the Board of Directors of ISACA, Director of the Board of Directors of Titus, Managing Director of Clyde Consulting LLC
Subject : Coming soon

Biography

Rob Clyde, CISM, NACD Board Member is Chairman of the Board of ISACA, Executive Chairman of the Board of White Cloud Security (Trusted App Lists Enforcement) and Independent Board Director administration of Titus (leader in data protection, categorization and classification). He is the Managing Director of Clyde Consulting LLC, which provides advisory services to boards of directors and executives to cyber software companiessecurity. He acts as an executive advisor to HyTrust (multi-cloud workload security) and BullGuard Software (cybersecurity for individuals and smart homes). Prior to becoming Chairman of the ISACA Board of Directors, he served as Vice Chairman, chaired the ISACA Council-level Finance Committee and was a member of the Strategic Advisory Board, Conference Board and ISACA Education and ITGI (IT Governance Institute) Advisory Board. .
Previously, he was President and CEO of Adaptive Computing, a workload management software for the world’s largest cloud, high-performance computing and big data environments. Prior to founding Clyde Consulting, he was CTO at Sym antec and co-founder of Axent Technologies.
Clyde is a frequent speaker at ISACA conferences, cybersecurity conferences, and for the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) in the United States. He also sits on the Industry Advisory Board for the MIS (Management Information Systems) department at Utah State University (United States).

Radichel, Teri

CEO, 2nd Sight Lab
(English version follow the French version)

Conference title : How cybersecurity is changing the cloud

Summary of the conference:

Initially, companies were reluctant to go into the cloud, mainly because of the challenges of cyber security. Now it looks like the world is rushing to move all their data into this environment provided by AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform.

Some even claim that your data will be more secure in the cloud. The shift to this environment impacts everyone working in cybersecurity – and senior leaders who assess the risk of their business decisions in this regard. When used in this environment, new technologies, architecture, automation, compute and storage services, and interconnection bring new threats, risks and opportunities. In her presentation, Teri Radichel will explore the differences of some key elements and explain to us how our outlook on security must change in this new model of cloud computing.

About the speaker:

Teri Radichel was part of the initial team that helped Capital One, the first major American bank, to use Amazon’s WEB services (AWS) and thus move production tasks to the cloud. Using a Business Software Operating Model (SAAS), created an internet of things (IoT) architecture so that firewalls connect in the cloud through the security provider.

In addition, she led a cloud computing team of 30 people and delivered a secure CICD channel, based on the content of its white paper “Balancing Security and Innovation with Event Driven Automation”. Now she is focusing more on cloud security training, penetration testing and assessments. She enjoys researching information security and writing about these hot topics. For this purpose, you can find his articles in publications like Dark Reading, Infosecurity Magazine and his blog on cloud security.

As a speaker, Teri has made presentations on cloud security at numerous conferences like RSA, AWS Re: Invent, Countermeasure IT, SANS Networking, SANS Cloud Summit and BSides.

Title : How cybersecurity is changing in the cloud

Summary:

Initially, organizations were reluctant to move to the cloud, primarily due to cybersecurity concerns. Now it seems like the world is rushing to move all their data onto virtual infrastructure provided by AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. Some even claim that your data is safer in the cloud. The move to the cloud impacts everyone working in the field of cybersecurity – and top executives who are assessing the risk of related business decisions. New technologies, architectures, automation, massive compute and storage resources, and interconnected-everything brings with it new threats, risks, and opportunities. In this presentation, Teri Radichel will explore some key differences and how our thoughts about security need to shift in this new world of all things cloud.

Biography:

Teri Radichel was on the original team that helped Capital One, the first major US Bank to use AWS, move production workloads to the cloud. She then architected a SAAS IOT solution for firewalls connecting to the cloud for a security vendor. She also led a cloud team of 30 people and delivered a secure CI / CD pipeline based on her white paper, Balancing Security and Innovation with Event Driven Automation. Now she focuses on cloud security training, penetration testing, and assessments. She also enjoys security research and writing. You can find her articles in publications like Dark Reading, Infosecurity Magazine, and her cloud security blog. Teri has presented on cloud security at conferences like RSA, AWS re: Invent, Countermeasure IT, SANS Networking, SANS Cloud Summit, and BSides. She is an IANS Faculty member and received the 2017 SANS Differences Makers Award. She is an AWS Hero and runs the Seattle AWS Architects and Engineers meetup with almost 3,000 members. Teri was a cloud security curriculum advisor and an instructor for SANS Institute in 2018. She now teaches a cloud security class she wrote through her company, 2nd Sight Lab. Cybersecurity certifications: GSEC, GCIH, GCIA, GCPM, GCCC, GREM, GPEN, GXPN.